Eight on the Lam is a 1967 film directed by George Marshall. It stars Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller. Bank teller Henry Dimsdale finds ten $1,000 bills. He is a widower with seven kids and could use the money, and housekeeper Golda tells him it's a case of finder's keepers. Henry waits two weeks to see if anyone claims the missing money. No one does, so he splurges on a new car and a diamond ring for Ellie Barton, his fiancee. But when the bank discovers a $50,000 shortage, Henry becomes a prime suspect. He, his family and Ellie take it on the lam to Arizona. A detective, Jasper Lynch, the...
|Release date:||April 29, 1967|
|Directed by:||George Marshall|